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11 Jul. 2024 240711f-041.jpg - Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council at the level of Heads of State and Government - Washington Summit, 120.94KB

NATO Secretary General concludes landmark 75th Anniversary Washington Summit

On Thursday (11 July 2024), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrapped up NATO’s 75th Anniversary Summit in Washington, D.C. At the Summit, Allies made decisions to further strengthen deterrence and defence, bolster long-term support to Ukraine and deepen global partnerships.
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Washington Summit: Secretary General underlines NATO’s deepening cooperation with Indo-Pacific and EU partners

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underlined the “strong and deepening cooperation” between NATO and its Indo-Pacific partners - Australia, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and New Zealand - and the European Union at its Summit in Washington on Thursday (11 July 2024).
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NATO Secretary General welcomes President Zelenskyy to the Washington Summit, saying “Ukraine’s future is in NATO”

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Zelenskyy to a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council at the Washington Summit on Thursday (11 July 2024). He underlined NATO’s “robust package of practical support for Ukraine, including a pledge of long-term security assistance” agreed on Wednesday (10 July 2024). “Today, we will take further decisions together with Ukraine, making clear that NATO’s support is built to last, and affirming that Ukraine’s future is in NATO,” he added.
11 Jul. 2024 240711a-003.jpg - NATO Secretary General meets with the President of the Republic of Korea - Washington Summit, 104.05KB

NATO and the Republic of Korea sign airworthiness agreement

On Thursday (11 July 2024), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with the President of the Republic of Korea, Yoon Suk Yeol at NATO’s 75th anniversary Summit in Washington DC. They signed an agreement on mutual recognition for military airworthiness certification which ensures the safety and airworthiness of all air assets used by NATO Allied countries and partners. This marks NATO’s first such deal with an Asian country.
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NATO missile defence base in Poland now mission ready

A new U.S. ballistic missile defence site in Redzikowo, Poland is now operational and available for the defence of the Alliance. Dubbed “Aegis Ashore”, the site is part of a larger NATO missile shield and is designed to detect, track and intercept ballistic missiles in flight.
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NATO releases revised AI strategy

On Wednesday (10 July 2024), NATO released its revised artificial intelligence (AI) strategy, which aims to accelerate the use of AI technologies within NATO in a safe and responsible way.
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Washington Summit Declaration

issued by the Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C. 10 July 2024
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Allied leaders adopt new NATO defence industrial pledge

Allied Heads of State and Government endorsed a new NATO Industrial Capacity Expansion pledge at the Washington Summit on Wednesday (10 July 2024). The Pledge aims to accelerate defence industrial capacity and production across the Alliance, and underscores the strategic importance of transatlantic defence cooperation.
10 Jul. 2024 240709a-009.jpg - Women, Peace and Security round table - Washington Summit, 138.43KB

Allies endorse a new NATO Policy on Women, Peace and Security at the Summit in Washington

Allied Heads of State and Government endorsed a new NATO Policy on Women, Peace and Security today (10 July 2024) at the Washington Summit.
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NATO-Jordan statement on the decision to open a NATO Liaison Office in Amman

Emphasizing the evolving regional and global security landscape, Allies at the 2024 NATO Summit in Washington D.C. adopted an action plan for a stronger, more strategic and result-oriented approach towards its southern neighbourhood. The plan clearly demonstrates NATO’s commitment to reinforcing engagement and cooperation with its partners in the Middle East and North Africa, including through the establishment of its first-ever liaison office in the region, in Amman, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

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